Wednesdays at the Center :: Durham Eats: A Chef's Perspective of the Local Food Movement
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This week's program is presented by series co-host the John Hope Franklin Center and will focus on the local food movement in Durham. Join Sam Poley of the Durham Convention and Visitors Bureau and Phoebe Lawless, chef/owner of the Scratch Bakery downtown, for what promises to be a rich conversation!
Wednesdays at the Center (WATC) is a topical weekly noontime series in which scholars, artists, journalists, and others speak informally about their work in conversation with the audience. The series is jointly organized and presented by the Franklin Humanities Institute (newly relocated to Smith Warehouse) and the John Hope Franklin Center. All events in the series are free and open to the public. A light lunch is served - no reservations are necessary.
The Franklin Center is located at 2204 Erwin Road, on the corner of Erwin and Trent. Vouchers to cover parking costs in the Duke Medical Center parking decks - #2 and #3 in this map - are provided.